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Signing your name/Greetings

Signing your name/Greetings 
Today:
  • Create name cards using the ASL Alphabet
  • Practice singing first and last names
  • Recognize your name being signed
  • Greetings
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American Sign Language9th Grade

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Signing your name/Greetings 
Today:
  • Create name cards using the ASL Alphabet
  • Practice singing first and last names
  • Recognize your name being signed
  • Greetings

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Warm-up
  • You can use the notes that you took last class
  • Answer the following questions about double letters 

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

Review
How to sign 
Slide
Tap
Arch

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

What does it mean to slide a double letter?

Slide 4 - Open vraag

Tapping a letter means
A
slide the letter over to show a double letter
B
you draw a mini arch with your hand, similar to slide
C
when the letter makes contact with another finger you tap it twice
D
none of the above

Slide 5 - Quizvraag

True or false: When you arch a double letter you draw a mini arch with hand similar to slide
True
False

Slide 6 - Poll

Name sign review

Slide 7 - Tekstslide

Name signs in this class
  • Remember we will not give name signs in this class, because it is not culturally appropriate since we are all hearing.
  • Why? Name signs are important to the Deaf culture and community
  • What do I do? Fingerspell your name in class

Slide 8 - Tekstslide

Slide 9 - Video

ASL Name Card
  • We will be creating an ASL name card
  • Cut out the ASL letters of your name and glue them to your index card (First and Last Initial) 
  • Need more letters? Ask a peer by signing the letter you need

Decorate it with things that you like or make you unique

Slide 10 - Tekstslide

Fingerspelling Name
  • Looking at your name card practice fingerspelling your first name (at this time only fingerspell your first name). 

Slide 11 - Tekstslide

Fingerspell to a partner
  1. Whiteboard
  2. Sign your name to a partner and have them write it on their whiteboard. Switch
  3. Provide positive feedback (help each other out) 

Slide 12 - Tekstslide

Fingerspelling First/Last name
  • You don't need to sign my first name, my last name
  • Don't drop your hand when going between your first and last name
  • Simply take a brief pause (not too long) between the two 

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Practice
  • Practice fingerspelling your last name 
  • The practice fingerspelling your first and last name
  • Don't forget the rules that we went over (fingerspell your name smoothly, brief pause between first and last name)
  • Sign your full name to a partner 

Slide 14 - Tekstslide

Signing Name/Greetings Continued
Today 9/14-9/15 we will:
  • Recognize your name being signed
  • Practice introducing yourself, fingerspelling first and last name, continuing the conversation, ending the conversation
  • Create a mini diologue introducing yourself, signing first and last name, and ending the conversation

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

Warm-up

Slide 16 - Tekstslide

ASL Notebook
  • Lable the top of your paper 9/13-9/17
  •  I will check this at the end of the week

Slide 17 - Tekstslide

First and Last Name
  • In your group take turns going around and fingerspelling your first and last name
  • When you are not fingerspelling your name, write in your ASL notebook what your teammate is fingerspelling (their name).
  • After they are done

Slide 18 - Tekstslide

Recognizing your name
  • I will fingerspell your name 
  • Raise your hand when you see your name being signed 
  • If there are students with the same name, I'll do the last initial of your last name 

Slide 19 - Tekstslide

Introductions in ASL

Slide 20 - Tekstslide

Hello

Slide 21 - Tekstslide

Hi

Slide 22 - Tekstslide

YOU NAME WHAT?
Make sure your eyebrows are down.

Slide 23 - Tekstslide

MY NAME

Slide 24 - Tekstslide

Ending the conversation: NICE TO MEET YOU

Slide 25 - Tekstslide

Partner time
Sign the following: 
Person 1: Hi
Person 2: Hi
Person 1: My name _____
Person 1: You name what
 Person 2: My name____
Person 1: Nice to meet you 
Person 2: Nice to meet  you
Switch Roles

Slide 26 - Tekstslide

How did you do with the mini dialogue?
100% I understand, no mistakes
90% Almost perfect, 1-2 mistakes
80% 3-4 mistakes
70% 4-5 mistakes
I need help

Slide 27 - Poll

More Greetings

Slide 28 - Tekstslide

But first...let's get to know the people in your book
But first...let's get to know some of the people in your book.

Slide 29 - Tekstslide

Slide 30 - Tekstslide

Greetings
Hello
Hi

Slide 31 - Tekstslide

Engaging in conversation
How are you?
What's up

Slide 32 - Tekstslide

Using the correct sign based on the situation/person you are talking to.
Hello
What's up

Slide 33 - Tekstslide

Which one do you think is more formal?
A
B

Slide 34 - Quizvraag

When talking to a teacher, which sign do you think would be appropriate?
A
B

Slide 35 - Quizvraag

When talking to a friend, which sign do you think would be appropriate?
A
B

Slide 36 - Quizvraag

When talking to a boss/supervisor, which sign do you think would be appropriate?
A
B

Slide 37 - Quizvraag

Conversations Continued

Slide 38 - Tekstslide

Continuing the Conversation
Continuing the conversation.
BUSY
CONFUSED
I FINE
GOOD
NOT MUCH
TIRED
SO-SO
SLEEPY

Slide 39 - Tekstslide

Conversations Continued
Today 9/16-9/17 we will:
  • Recall how to greet a person in ASL, tell how you are doing, and end the conversation
  • Continue to learn ways to start, continue, and end a conversation
  • Crete a mini dialogue (in your ASL notebook) using the vocabulary we learned yesterday and today

Slide 40 - Tekstslide

Today
In your group ask the following
  • How Are you 
  • I ________ I 


Slide 41 - Tekstslide

Warm-up

Slide 42 - Tekstslide

Continuing the Conversation
Continuing the conversation: Review
BUSY
CONFUSED
I FINE
GOOD
NOT MUCH
TIRED
SO-SO
SLEEPY

Slide 43 - Tekstslide

Practice
In your notebook write down the responses of three peers on how they are: 
Partner 1: ________
Partner 2:________
Partner 3:_________

Slide 44 - Tekstslide

Continuing the Conversation
Practice with 3 peers, write down their responses. Switch
BUSY
CONFUSED
I FINE
GOOD
NOT MUCH
TIRED
SO-SO
SLEEPY
Partner 1
Partner 2

Slide 45 - Tekstslide

More Greetings

Slide 46 - Tekstslide

Good
morning
afternoon
night

Slide 47 - Tekstslide

Ending the conversation

Slide 48 - Tekstslide

Ending the Conversation
Nice to meet you
Bye
See you later

Slide 49 - Tekstslide

Mini dialogue 
This is a conversation between two people. 
Person 1: 
Person 2:

Write this in your ASL notebook

Your mini dialogue needs to have the following
1. Greeting (hi, hello)
2. Introduction (my name)
3. Conversation (how are you)
4. End the conversation 

When you are done, raise your hand so I can check it.

Slide 50 - Tekstslide

Your mini dialogue needs to have the following
1. Greeting (hi, hello)
Person 1 
Person 2
2. Introduction (my name)
3. Conversation (how are you)
4. End the conversation 
Your mini dialogue needs to have the following
1. Greeting (hi, hello)
Person 1:
Person 2:
2. Introduction (my name)
Person 1 :
Person 2:

3. Continue the Conversation (how are you)
Person 1:
Person 2:
4. End the conversation 
Peron 1:
Person 2:

Slide 51 - Tekstslide

Partner Time
  • Find another partner 
  • Practice both of your mini dialogues 
  • Write who you practiced with in your notebook

Slide 52 - Tekstslide

Next Class
At the door, I will greet you with the following
  • Good _______ (morning, afternoon, night)
  • How Are you 
  • Good _______ (morning, afternoon, night)
  • How are you
  • I ________ I 


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